Rami Bleckt
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A FAST PATH TO PERFECTION
I am inviting you to join a forty-day marathon or, even better, extend it to two or three months.
This marathon will allow the participants to reach a higher level of spirituality or even perfection.  The idea is to keep silence or to speak extremely consciously, politely and honestly.
Bhagavad Gita teaches us to “speak the truth in a pleasing way.”
I would recommend you to read the following publications:
- The speech as the foundation and an index of perfection
http://www.bleckt.com/publication/articles/1724.html
- “Alchemy of Communication”
http://www.bleckt.com/publication/books/1256.html
- “Travels in the search of the meanings of live. Stories of those who found it”
http://www.bleckt.com/publication/books/12417.html.
We are dependent on our speech.  A person who controls his tongue (speech and nutrition) can change his/her fate and easily achieve perfection (attain Love for the neighbor and succeed daily life, become harmonious on all four levels, and accumulate the subtle energy).
One is unlikely to find a successful influential businessman or a happily married woman, who does not control their speech.
You can start the marathon on any day of the week, however it is best to start on a Wednesday or a Saturday prior to June 2.
We suggest you implement some kind of punishment or penalty for yourself. For example, if you say something unconsciously, you do twenty push-ups or go wash the floors (e.g. in a hallway if you live in a building).
Please feel free to share your achievements with us. Looking forward to your emails at bleckt.webanswer@gmail.com
It is recommended to practice more “Mauna” (vow of silence) for the marathon duration: either few hours a day, or  one-two days per week.
It is important to observe your thoughts, replacing them with sattvic (mode of goodness) or transcendental thoughts (thinking about God, saintly persons, selfless service, frailty of life and all related subjects).
Please add your comments below if you join the marathon.
Love,
Rami

I am inviting you to join a forty-day marathon or, even better, extend it to two or three months.

This marathon will allow the participants to reach a higher level of spirituality or even perfection.  The idea is to keep silence or to speak extremely consciously, politely and honestly.

Bhagavad Gita teaches us to “speak the truth in a pleasing way.”

I would recommend you to read the following publications:

- The speech as the foundation and an index of perfection

- “Alchemy of Communication”

- “Travels in the search of the meanings of live. Stories of those who found it”

We are dependent on our speech.  A person who controls his tongue (speech and nutrition) can change his/her fate and easily achieve perfection (attain Love for the neighbor and succeed daily life, become harmonious on all four levels, and accumulate the subtle energy).

One is unlikely to find a successful influential businessman or a happily married woman, who does not control their speech.

You can start the marathon on any day of the week, however it is best to start on a Wednesday or a Saturday prior to June 2.

We suggest you implement some kind of punishment or penalty for yourself. For example, if you say something unconsciously, you do twenty push-ups or go wash the floors (e.g. in a hallway if you live in a building).

Please feel free to share your achievements with us. Looking forward to your emails at bleckt.webanswer@gmail.com

It is recommended to practice more “Mauna” (vow of silence) for the marathon duration: either few hours a day, or  one-two days per week.

It is important to observe your thoughts, replacing them with sattvic (mode of goodness) or transcendental thoughts (thinking about God, saintly persons, selfless service, frailty of life and all related subjects).

Please add your comments below if you join the marathon.

Love,
Rami

27.05.2015
 
 


 
 
 
Rami Bleckt's articles

Sloth (one of Seven deadly sins in Christianity) is defined as spiritual or emotional apathy, neglecting God, and being physically and emotionally inactive. It can also be either an outright refusal or merely a carelessness in the performance of one’s obligations, especially spiritual, moral or legal obligations (Wiki) – from editors.

1. Proper nutrition

2. Spend more time outdoors, in the nature, in the mountains

3. Physical activity, sports

4. To act according to one’s dharma (first of all to act according to the nature: feminine or masculine)

You live as you speak. In Buddhist psychology it is said that the main source of energy loss is the speech. Christina religion teaches: “Does not matter what enters the mouth of the person, it matter what comes out”. Some people are using this expression to justify their choice of nutrition, which often reminds the style of a pig “eat everything that you see”, often ignoring the second part of the expression.

Many followers and saintly people left for the places of solitude so that nothing would involve them into empty conversations. In the Vedas idle talk is called “pradjalpa” It is one of the main obstacles on the path of spiritual and material progress. We usually judge the person, first of all, by how he or she speaks. The speech defines the person.

Recently I have read a quote of one spiritual Master. He said that as long as we are in this material world, and no matter how highly developed we are, even if we reached enlightenment, the ego can pull us down to the bottom again.

I then recalled some events that have changed me radically, one can even say I was reborn. If you listen to my lectures and seminars before and after that outstanding experience, you can see that their contents and energies differ.

Later in life I felt similar experiences and trance states too, but that particular occurrence was memorable due to many factors, including the amount of lessons I was given and considering how painful the events surrounding me at that time in life were.

Below is the recording of my story.

In 2004, I was invited to the International Festival of Psychics and Psychotherapists Stars in Kazakhstan.

1-fearIn stressful situations, there are certain biochemical processes that occurring our body to allow us to cope with them. There is a number of incredible , extraordinary cases when, for example, one woman saw a wall weighing almost a ton falling on her child and she managed to stop it with her own strength and rescue her child.

On the other hand, fear and stress can cause difficulties in our life, even poison it. Unfortunately, life of modern people is saturated with fear. The thing is the less fears there are in our life, the more opportunities to succeed we have. Practically all successful business trainers warn us: “You will reach nothing, until you get rid of your fears”.

In percentage terms, the so-called “necessary” fears only make up 5 to 10 percent of all our fears. However, it cannot be called fear itself because it is just a common sense which prevents us from putting our hand into the burning fire, entering a cage with a tiger, etc.

Recently I have read a research of an American sociologist, illustrating that our generation has undergone what may perhaps be the most rapid paradigm shift (established unquestionable opinions) in entire history.

Merely one generation ago Americans, like all normal nations, considered family as an important main component of a happy, healthy and successful life.

It was those Americans who led the country to huge progress. In the 50’s an average American family had at least four children and a small house; the father worked and the mother looked after the children.

But then came this curse – the sexual revolution which has led to the wild and destructive propaganda demeaning family values and chastity, the glorification of onanism (TV shows that show how to masturbate and make light of any detriment to health), pornography, homosexuality, “free” love, early sex, followed eventually by zoophilia and pedophilia.

I am presently living in the countryside in Canada, surrounded by many farms where large families lived happily for many generations – it was indeed these families that created this wonderful country. However today you can hardly see a large family, or even a full family, if it is not a family of devout Christians. Small towns and villages are dying out, and the amount of alcohol consumption is increasing.

 
 
 
 

Website's updates

02.06.2015|Lecture of Rami Bleckt in May 2014 in Toronto ‘How to work with subconscious’

31.05.2015| New book by Rami Travels In Search Of The Meaning Of Life (Stories of those who have found it)

26.05.2015| New Article by Rami Speech as a foundation and an index of perfection

25.05.2015| The Marathon A FAST PATH TO PERFECTION starts now

14.05.2015| Yoga Shakti Program with Yogini Shambhavi Devi in Canada, July 17-19th 2015

13.05.2015| New Blog Post by Rami ‘How My Ego Reached Enlightenment’

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Chanakya